All Saints Anglican Church

All Saints Anglican church the elegant gothic revival brick building is classified by the National Trust (NSW)designed by the eminent architect Edmund Blacket was built from 1875 by Fred Kindred and finally consecrated complete with tower which was gifted to the Anglican community by M.C Bardwell the brick maker and builder on 17th October 1893

1986 A major restoration by the Anglican and wider community returned the building to its former glory which included using Edmund Blacket’s original plans to re-roof the entire building with Welsh slate.

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The foundation stone of this red brick church was laid in December 1875. The building was completed in 1878, although it was another four years until the tower and spire were finished.  Leading architect of the time, Edmund Blackett was the creator of this gothic revival style church.

The church was fully restored in 1990 when the roof was finally covered in Welsh Slate as originally intended, after starting as timber shingles and then changing to cement tiles. Replacement wooden gargoyles were carved for the base of the spire.

The church incorporates some magnificent stained glass windows.

Physical address

River Street, Tumut NSW 2720

 

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